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Array !?���.  ./  _#. M.  raw.-*/  <;.  MOYIE, B. C, OCTOBER 13, 1900.  A YEAE  _.^'*-^*.___i_l  i Underwear, Blankets,  r*___!* .***"��� ____-���**''���:_��-. _ I 1  I Mackinaw Coats,  -*-��^-  Examine our stock men's underwear  "       ". i.    ����� '��� oil coats  "       "       "         "   ��� top shirts  <���       "         "��� fall suits,  JI  ,1]  n.S  Contractor Grant will  do the Work,  IT WILL   BE  24X82 1-2  The    First   l.hlltliiiK   to  nave   n.    Solid  ', -ila.onary! Fire Proof, Cellar and  Iron Shingled lioof.  <t  i  |*  DRY GOODS  See   our large assortment of blankets  " ladies' underwear  wrappers  dreas goods  of'-car pets  <f  a  <<  fi  ri  <.'  if  <f  it  'fi  <i  ff  GROCERIES, BOOTS AND   SHOES.  EEID.  CAMPBELL& Gfr'  ���^^^^^^^^sp^s^sy^^^^' *,^���"*,��*.���',*'���>,��>.��� *5��s:'*,*fc,,^k'  Contracter Grant of Cranbrook is in  town'aud will start lo day to build  a  building 24x82_ feet   oil   one   of  the  Morley lots opposite   ,the   depot   on  South   Victoria    street.   Mr.' Morley  called for tenders; both from hero  and  Cranbrook, Mr. (.rant was thc winner.  / The Building ia to be two story.*, the  ground floor 2i.__.2_   and   the   upper  story 2-i'xGO.    A fire proof cellar  with  solid lnasonery walls  and   iron   doors  will be built and iron'ehiugles  for  the  roof.   This will be one of'the handsomest and  most  substaucial business-,  blocks in town. Except for tho C. P. R.  Depot it is tlie only building that  will'  W& I haye a solid stone foundation.  Dominion Election..  Vancouver, B. C��� Oct. 9.���An extra  THE  CANADIAN  BANK   Of  COMMERCE.  _?aid' Up.'Oapit'alr $6,000,000!  ���** l fi  t       f  M8R.QK BRfttt    -':  .....     '. i.V.,-. H.-SMYIHE, KGB  ��� in i���inn i  rr\rr\  k    k  "in  i _  JL   _.   v./  i " k ���  ���   ..        , k;a\ M^cKEKZiEV^ro^-ietof; '���     '   '  '     ��� " ' ' '',  .The.,. Hotel for th@ mMei   everything- First,  in eVerfr*i*espect.    Ssf-mple Rooms  for.  Commercial Men:  of the Canadian   Gazette   wa3   is3ued  today disolviug the   domioion   parliament and 'fixing tbe date for the general election.    Nominations  throughout Canapa will take  place on " Wednesday, October 31, and   polling   on  November 7.    The announcement, of  the dissolution oi parliament is received  with    satisfaction   by   both   political  parties throughout the country.   The  election has been anticipated aud much  i preliminary   campaigning has 'already  been done.   There are   214   Eteata   in  the house _f. commons; and  the pres*;  ent liberal government, of which  Sir  Wilfred' Laurier  is   premier.   Has   a  majority of 60 members in parliament;  TbeconservatiYC.br  opposition  party  Wmaking' its-campaign    under   the  leadership of tbe venerable Sir Charles  Topper, who is SO yeata of age.  LOCAL   NEWS.  BORN���to the wife of Ed. Small a  boy. i   "  W. T. Reid of Cranbrook was in  town Tuesday,"  D. J. Leahy made a trip to Cranbrook Thuvsday.  3. W. Murphy returned from Spokane Wednesday,  J. a! Harvey, of Fort Steele, was  doing business, in Moyie Wednesday. ,,  Mr. and Mrs. M.' L. Hollister were  Cranbrook visitors the first of the week.  ' ��� Joe Mitchell, late dLCranbrook is acting as assistant to Reid Campbell & Co.  T, B. Smith, late of Kitchener, is  now handling tbe keys at theC.P.R.  depot.  __.'Survayor will arrive next week to  start on the work of the Moyie Water  Works.- Co,,.  G.C. Tunstallo. Nelson represent:  ing the Hamilton powder works was  in town this week.  The Society Girl shipped three, car  loads of concentrating ore to the  Trail Smelter this vyeok.  C, H. Hutchiris, representing tlie  Dominion Tobacco Co.; of Montreal,  was in Moyie this tfeekdrnmrhing up  business.  Th'os.' Itader hag returned from  Spokane and will 'stay in Moyie for  some time looking after his mining  interests.  D. J. Elmer returned from tht L'ardo  Country "Wednesday wliere He has"  been looking up 'some Mineral  properties. - '  W. A. Preet' of Frest  &   Co.   Cran-  , brook, has erected! a temporary,. Studio  in a tent on Victoria otreefc,*,  Call, and  inspect b'is work.      ' , ,  Ten'choice lots for .ale ih ^overn-  ujent addil-ion.' Prices, and _ terms  reasdi-arjle..; ^of particulars applj^ to  p. J. liJli-ief.  ' F,* J. Smyth ha3.;8frriost entifley recovered frOtti'hii recfen'i . ilidea.;  arid  e��dect_ to b'e'abie'to-take   c'Ha.ge.'   of  *      i   -. . /'���''     '������' t'  LABOR PARTY 0RGM1EBD  ������    ���"��� ��� ������ i  Meeting Called by the  Miners Union.  THE OFFICERS ELECTED  Ah    Executive    Committee     Formed .of  Business and Union Men to Work  During the Camiialn..  A public meeting   was   called   last  night by lha , officers   of   the   Miners  tJnion for the  purpose  of   discussing  the political Situation and forming  a  Labor party association.    The ��� follow; j  ing officers   were   appointed:   Chairman, H. H. Dimock, Secr'y. Treasi  P.  ...   Smytb'.     Executive    Committee:  Dr*. Higging, Rev.' Vv.  Mahon,  A.^ J.  Cliifihblm, Peter Carrigan, M. L.   Hoi-,  lister; Ben iiilay'-and A. B. McKinley.  'fhe t.tb.rf.1 Candldato".  ���" The Liberal'Candidate,, for the district,"^. A. GaUiber cf Nelson, passed  through town-- the other day\ He , is  makirig a trip through the district to  get-aquanted, but will again return to  give us his viewB on the political  question of the day. Mr. Galliher is a  "lawyer and lias been Buccee'sfully prac  CRANBROOK    ITEMS.  i ,  Cranbrook Herald:  The membera of the   I.   O.   0-   F.  lodge will give a musical  and  literary  entertainment at their hall one week'  from Friday night.  ' The C. P. R is preparing to move  the large residence built by M. J.  Aaney at Macleod during construction, -  to Cranbrook, for the use of Superintendent Cameron. It will b.e remodelled and will be located on Baker'  hill/This will bo one of , the largest  residence in the town and a* modern  one in every respect. ,  The poles of the electric light   plant  are beins erected and the work of  wiring tlie buildings is  progressing  with  .,  commendable   rapidity     The    boiler"  for Hie plant armed , last   week,   and  tbe work of installing   the   machinery  will be   inaugurated ��� next  week.,,'It  will be only a  few   weeks   before   the.  citizens of Cranbrook will be   able   to  discard   tbe oil   lath'p ��� for   electricity,  and the pi ices arranged'for. places Ibis  improvement   in the reach of all.  , Airioug other matters considered by  | General Manager . i'l ummcr oi the  Canadian bank ot'Commerce, when he  visited Cranbrook last week in company wite Messrs. Smythe'' and ...Oam-  eron, of the same institution, was the  question of larger and better quarter,  ''foi the'Craubrook branch. ,The business here has rapidly increased, and  naturally   Mr.   Plummer   was    most  awyer ahtl nas oeen _u<._-e__.u_.iy __.����-   ��--    - , -      r,rQr.i1P-r,ii  ticirfg in Nelson for-some time:" - H.-io | favoftbly tmpre.sed *xth OranbrooL  sSket of, as a Keen politiciari and ia I in consequence of th.aM.Bhu  ?posi      ', ��� ; ���- ; ; * Keen virtually decided that  the bank  hkely to put up a good nght. , ^e^-^huilding to cost from  $5000 to $EfdOd, on "ono oi tile best lots'  Alba ltoy\tooil-�� Bl-Clilorld. of JTutj.  \Vill cure everything including the  bluee). He'treats tlie entire "-'pyste ria  through the eye and ear. ' Throats ex-  amiuedwhilc you laugh. No. pain ei-  ci.pt-in the ."fijde., jo* .Pxv> ^ r.1  don't hurl,' pntcry, but' jt's ^from  ;i'aughing.s Hey wood is ' Rupportsd ^y  a co'tiipaiiy of afti'slOj all the .beB^ in  their liiie... 2<f  MOY^B,  iritisn Columbia  Large, F.imple room iu connection  'with iio.U8e.iof commercial men. , Beet  ' of accommodations.  HeadtfUaftefs for 'Coffimerfclaf and Mining Men.  J.I ,. *r  QUEEN. AVENUE,  _ '    _"i        ���: ^    MOYIE, B. G.  '._>.>^->^->-^-__sia_^&-^<si^-&^^  s.  fBGS2KS!aSXSSSS0tSXBS����SSC-. ^^  Tillslr-is j-Jfo rfot.ct'.on Ac..  The undersigned l?iro Wardend of  the town of Moyie hereby .notify all  house holders that sIotc pipes passing  through roofs of houses are considered  unsafe and a  danger   to   neighboring  buildings..     c ,    .).        ...  Houoehblders are her.by ordered to  provide brick-or   ��re   clay   chimneys  before Dec. 1,1900.  .     *J.r. Farrell,  J. iil. Lindsay.  Fire Wardens.  of  ���_���_* Tliou_au<l Xoxisuoe"  Could not. express the rapture  Annie E. Springer of Philadelphia,  when Dr. King's New Discovery cured  her 6f a hacking cough that for many  years had made life a .burden. She  says: "After  all..other ,remc"dieo   and  We tell suits to men-that will wear.  Wo sell boots'arid shoes for men at  ���ill prices.  We sell   hats   and. "caps for  men,  good colors, correct otyled.  We  sell   hose   for   boyo   niado of  ���Scotch fingering wool,  Wc cell boots and shoes Tor boya and  .iris unequalled for price ' in the  city.  We sell knee pants  for  boy's  that  wo all wool.  .. Wo sell move goods than any  two  ���jj-orcs in t07,r.  \Ve sell ready made skirts for ladies  made from New York styles.  Wo sell hosiery . for ladies' with  spliced heels and loos.  We -.ell hosieiy Io girla ��"  nH D*:-Cs*  Wc sell the best under veal fof  Indies over ottered for tho price. t  We sell llannnlcttcs, prints, art  muslins; art sfttpens, Val lace., _ing*  hams, fable linen.  doctors failed it soon removed the  pain in mv chest and I can now sleep  *oun'dlv, eomethiug I can" scarcely remember doing before. I feel hko  mounding its praises throughout -t.be  Universe." Dr. King's New Discovery  13 guaranteed, to cure all troubles of  the^Throat, Cheat or Lungs. Price  50c and if I. Trial buttles free at Hope  & Bonttie's drn_ store.  .       '   ..     ���.'      -i   .  the Leader next *week  The Alba "Hay ft'oo'd Cd. will 'grte "a  performance in jfetqyib dn* the 24th.  Tickets may be had at the Post Ofice.  Box office open on tlie JJth.  Kev. Gr".' B.Greig, who has been, appointed to succeed Rev.y;Alex.. Dunn  as Prisbyterian Missionary doir Hoyie,  will hold service in tlie Odd .Fellows  hall on''Sunday Oct. li��� nil :30iri ��� the  evening. ,  Aoocial h'Op.tq'ok place laat night  at J. M. Ch&tter-ons new restaurant.  Thc dancing cpmmenced at' about 9  o'ctock and lacted until about 1:30.  A lunch was served- at mitinight by  Mr. Chatte.-tqn., ...        .-  A. Ferlau'd, of Ferland _4.Co.Nelson,  'was in town Wednesday looking up  the business prospects'of Moyie. It ia  likely that he will,opsn up a. branch  in the old McMalion Bros, store after  some necessary alternations, have been  made. 'Mr. . Ferland .thinks . very  highly of the business prospects of  Moyie,      - ' ���      ...      .  W. P.AVhite who has been acting  as foreman of the Upper works at the  St. Eugene' Mining Co. for nearly  eighteen month's, left Thursday night  fox Colorado. Mr,' White came to the  -coufltry when the St. Eugene, was  ouly.a .prospect and after working  some.time in the above property, and  around Fort Steele, he. left for  South  Not a dull moment; but a  merry-gb-rbund of {un. To appear  here'oil tlie evening 61 Wedneaday,  Ofctober 2-Atli. ,  Clianffo of Coa.tablo.  j. M.-Lindsay,-J. ho.has been acting  ao Bpecial constable was,repleaded this  week by constable_ A. D... Dnimmard  who has-been,guarding the peace in  the Cassiar district. _        ........  on baker Street.   Tho building will be ,���'  modern "in   every   respect   and- be  a  credit to Cranbrook,   This decision'ori  'the part of air. Plumni'er ia evidence'  of the fadt that.he ��� entertains a   high'  opinion of th, fu'tufe   of   South   Eaot  Kodteha^ ah'd 0-jifabroofi. .He' .is in,  clo_e tbtich wUfi' th'. coriditio'nfi at all^  time./arid this is but tKe rssiilt' Of hie  .ob'-srvat.on. arid inveatigaticino,  '   P'Ay Ko'ki For O.tobe'r.    ������.  Aboiit ^.70 nieri drew , cheques ori  the St. Eugene- Consolidated Mining  C-�� "tliiS'-.niohth;- the 'total amount  being $25/.98. With, "the-otiier iji-.  dustriesand local'.work around Aowti  probably some i. 30,000- was paid in  wages for the month.  Wc  pay  cash  foi   goods and  them ebon per tbau others.  buv  . 5iaisgsso_gsl^  llxlcyoii Ifot .__irl��E'''  The most complete health resort on  (he continent of North America. Situated midst Kccnery unrivalled for  cranduer. THE HALCYON HOP  SPRINGS, Sanitarium,- Halcyon   Hot  - ..r-.,.. T .I-.    ��*    C     Resident  springs, __rro.*. l^ai-c, -.  ^-  _���-���'-.  phvsrclan and nurse, Boating fishing  and excursions. . Telegraphic communication witli all parts of the  world.' Two mails arrive and depart  daily. Terms,!. 15 !<��� J.18 per week  ���.according to re.idencc/ in ho.tt-1- or  villas. |ts baths cure all nervous apd  ���,-i.'�� .'.jt^r..,. ,io ti.q v;fiter-"''heal all  kidney,: hver and -otbmaoh .troubles.  ���.The"oatlis.and-waters are ;'ar.;' invalu-  ,ble. remedy for cilvei and lead poison*  ing-  Africa. 1-cturning to British Columbia,  he again went to work at the St. Eugene, being made foreman after a few  mouths work with thc drill.  ^ANI)-^.  Onlil Out.  On .Monday Al, .Richardson, .sold  his team, wagons and* carts to  Thomas Kennedy and Wm. Dallas,  Mr. Dallas will in future look after tho  freighting business., Mr. .liohardson  shortly leaves for the e'aat. He is ono  of the old time Moyio nieti having  enrhe here in the fallOf -'97, ;  silver,  Modil QuotMijony.  New." York,,- Oc't./-IQ.-r-Bar  63-/ cents. Lead/pride for miners  andismelters, _!..37 at the 9lose- Copper, brokers' price, $10.87.-.  t/aiUefl.Aitl.^lect.O'Ul.Cors..-.  Rev. W. G. Mahon met the ladics/ol  the Methodist churCli .. on Tuesday  and organized,' a Ladiea Aid . society  with the 'following officers : President,  Mrs. Ira Townsend; ..-ice-president,  Mrs'. John Blackburn.;'.-SeCj.T.rea,, Mrs.  J. ]_. Crowe;'" Bcc. Sec.. MrS. L. B.  J King;  Years the  ty#'.in' Miliiotis 6?- i-iomes���40  standard; . A Pure Cream? ot Tartar Powder.  Superior to every other faown_;.._. Makes  aeiicious cake and. pastry..,light, flaky., biscuit,  griddle"  cakes ��� palatabK   &ad  Wholesome.  CHICAGO.  Kote ���Avoid baking powders made from  ���alum..    Thev look like pure powders,  and   nmv   raise  the   cakes,   but  alum;  is a poison and" no'one,-can eat-.toc**  mixed witii it without injury to health.  *     *���  gi  M  1       i-B If j, 'f.r. f   -;;!! .'  S      ,       Ir' _,..->* ���/ .  ' v'i  I    , !t'i.V    >    ?     ,','iV  H    *      ,/ I* ** *-l   -*     ,     . I  1, .     5;i?. -vj't - J'.'i ;i  i^    --ji,;   ���*i   -fl'f^.  BKr- '    i'l ..Al PL. i'i' \-  It: <, ifc'W--1*^ l<  If      .'iff-it.r 'i, -'w  pfe-'.  !''t'^H.^'v  1.7'    : ,k-^..fr'1 5'  I', ?!���_$.$?���  Ba*\ *   *.'���� ^rr_: .'V'f* ^  .**���,*������-/_  ."���  V)i _,   *.  I'   r'l    -4 '  ��� (\% 4,  l   'r .*  i.. iS;-"��  ;. {_.-,.  ' >��'r  ���.''/ I !'P  Ira  ���rfp." fm  i     J*---   ��� f....  P"  p"'  I'-  l,S~  f. 1 **J.,| if *  [<l  i i-v I; !���_  | -. fr. ���" fcr  pl"''*!' ���' .. ���'  |   - [   _���       I. :r\- i'  HI   ^ir  1?- * ik.^* ..��� ;���-  *     . -,M .���-. u  r   .*_. r'-vjl'"-;   "  -   r -   '-:- 'ft ^il  "l U *v.';i,���/!'-?! ,*������  i t H ���.-vj&ii.j,, &  i' t;     ":l  .MS. A li  } ��if -?��."��� firss--;    ���  v 1 '    '' .**,_���:__,v.*  I    '   ��� "._"-*..    ���"   *' .  '     'J   'li'/t*-.'. --  , ' :*1. ,��\'l, :H  ���     r  ���c -4 ���ui.?-'' .;  .i    }���.... rj'. <" '  IV  ;t'- ***���' i.i'/1 '-'  l   .      ^,  *,,-/.,  -"'   '1.  *   ,'|-  . ��>  11'.'  'I''  ssa��^^^^j^W^^8a^^^i_t^f_^*_____iS,  TIE 111 LB.1E  0ubl.*sbea in tbe IrAerezi of thc* \  -,]e  r.f A. iiv:  i-;.u ra.i h''oo--".'.ay.  ,-5-.r-."Xri .��.- co  J>ur>ll3hers.  KATZS OF .OC-CSIPTION  J a"   r'C.1- -,  ..S2.00  SATURDAY, OCT. 13, lOOQ:  2. OXTK GREAT KA-CDS  CRANBROOK,  A I'tae.Gataa o/ Po2cer I'lftyed ia'Trenlon  Years Apo.  - J Good stories are told of the poker  -games that were played in Trenton  ��� away back in the fifties', and perhaps  ��� ��� none is'lietter than that which relates  - how a wedding was postponed because  i'tbe bridegroom was interested .n a  -��� good sized jackpot.'      - ' '  j     One of the LardeBt pluyers  that the  "'regulars" had to de..l with was "fames  ''Rmvsun, who ran r. gettml  merchan-  : d:se fctoie down in Cumberland county.  * Ho also was "Interested  in thc  uycter  " trade and, as 'the saying  Is nowadays,  * he had money 'to burn. ' ���  ) In the winter of 1854 Raw con came  .to Treutou to help push through the  'legislature a bill :a which he was^ in-  ' terested, and one evening he got mixed  ' up in a game of pofcer in the United  '"States hotel with Sol Travcrs, Jciry  " Holcolmb and Biok Collins, three of.  - tho   jramest   players  L  that  ever Grow  cards.  innocent   enough  The  game  y;aa  when'it started, but  'o'clock tho next morning' it had assumed proportions calculated to make  'an   ordinary   player  garp   when  the  ���"bets were   made.     Rawson' was  the  /youngest  man  at   the table  and "had  "probably played poker less than .any of'the others,  but he had money   and  ���nerve, and tbe way lis used both made  'the otherskeep their eyes open, There  /wasn't much difference in the winnings  '���'an to   2:30 o'clock, when   the   cards  'suddenly ' got   fietiali,   ao'they   will  sometimes, and  then tlisy began  lb  run .against' Rawson.  :   The players v;culdn'fc give up  the  game to eat, a_.cf they had ' their  food  :brouglit to Lhcra when breakfast time  "pm'd.     Thev  laid  down  their  cards  .long enoiigfi to eat. then Trent at it  'again.   P.awson's'hard  luck'kept up.  :rle turned his hat around, crossed his  leg3, got   up and   walked  around his  chair, rung in a new pack of cards, and  'did   everything   that  a   superstitious  "poker'player does' to change his1 luck,  -hut it'wouldn't change. ' His money  'kept drifting away till ten in the  forenoon, when he counted'his capital and  'found that he $200 left.     He had fed  about $18.00 to the'-tiger" and naturally felt a little cranky.  '   At last a jaokpe. was started  about  10:30 o'clock, and the card_ were dealt  round half a dozen times or more,' and  nobody got openers.  '   "Hurry up, hoys, and open it," said  Rawson.   "I've got io catch that 11:45  ��� train. . I'm  going  to  be  married   tonight, and I must, be in by  5 o'clock  'and dressed for the occasion."  :   But the boys didn't oeem to be able  to hurry.   They dealt and  dealt but  the right kind of  cards  wouldn't fall,  and finally there was a nice little  pot  'of about $600 on the table.   At 11:30  ,    Travers opened the pot for .?Ii30.  Hol-  eornb andColline stayed.  .   "I feel just as if J wcd going io win  that pot,"' said  Rawson, writing some  figures on a piece of paper and tossing  it to the centre of the table with what  money he had left. 'I'm shy $5Q, boys,  but J gu3ss I'm good for it."   ���  "Every bit," said Hoicomb and Collins. "But you'll r.ever calcb. that  J,rain," remarked Traver-..  "By thunder I " remarked Rawson,  ���"I forgot all about that I" He looked  at hi_ watch and found he had about  three minutes in which to get lo the  station. "There's no use in trying to  make it now," he .aid. "They'll have  to postpone the wedding. I'll telegraph  - that I've missed the train." A few  minutes later a messenger was sent to  the'telegraph office with a message,  .-.   and the game went on.  The pot was $1000 strong when the  men/drew cards, and the result was  the most remarkable set of poker  , hands that the old time players in  Trenton recall.. Travers was dealing.  Hoicomb called for one card. Collins  called for one card Collins took one,  Rawson.took ioui, and Travers one.  Everybody about the table saw that  there was business, ahead. Travers  made a bid for a raise by betting $25,  which was lifted $200 by Uolcomb, and  Collins raised the '$200, so that wheu  it came to Raw.On it cost $425 to get  in.      Everybody  thought   he   would  throw dQwn'h.C cards., but he didn!t.  j lie B_ov_iy drew a checkbook .qi. t of his  pockeCwrote'a check for ?1Q0G and  sheved i'�� into the centre of the table  thus raising Collins '.$57.5/ J'he'other  playc.s 'thaughV he was"bluffing,  j Travers - met the rais3 at once'and  added $500 to il. Kolcomb saw that  and raised it another $500.' -Collins  simply daw the -"raise- " and Eawsqn-  raised it another $1000.   ' ."  Travers settled back in his chair and  eyed I_aw"_on narrowly. "I'ou've got  pretty good nerve, eld man," he said,  "but you can't make me lay down;  not -'on a four card draw anyway."  Then he saw Rawson's raise 'of "$1000  and increased it $500.  ' "I call you," said"Holcomb,,choving  in $1500. '���,-"  "I might as wel.I take c chance for  money," Said 'Collins,' laying $1500 on  the pile. .Rawson put down another  check for��500.   '   " " '" ~ .  '"Well, boys, I'm eo.ry for you," said  Ti-avor./'-'ve got four queens." He  tbiew them dor/a.  '  '���That  fcjja;C  my  four  hick.,"  said  Holcorph.    "And my  four fenc/' _uiu j CRANBROOK,  Collins,    "But jt  don't boat  my  four,  kings,''   said   Rawson,   spioad��ng"out  hi*, cards.    He had four king, and un  . i i      .  ace.  '���Tlinndoration, .what a draw*" exclaimed Travers,"  ' " 'Twao pioity good," e.__id Rawson,  raking in the money. "J got them all  in-a-bunch".    I held up an ace."   ,  37a\vflon won $l5,000;.ind $11,350 oi  it came out of the po'okots oi Qio othor  three'men.    Jt was the biggest jackpot  JT.'-R'QQgTiGiSi-N;^. 0.  ci?:ck:   Baiilr: of Commerce B-dg,  B.C.  Kojrvey  & ' JffeQarter,  FQET STEELE, B', C  JBTgrvey, McCartor & AJtox-fiuaer,   ,  r   "       '      fi-RNlE, B. G." " '  BsLTri&tevs fe Salioitors.  McVit^ * *5Ut0ftisP����  '   Fire and Life fpaur^nce. Min-  Brokers]" Land Suryeyers and  '      Conveyance-?. ?/?4 Notaries  Public,"'   '  lean Order; at taadar  Oglce. KOriB.  "    --.*:''     -      .--��'������       ' "    * v   ' _'  City   Shaving :FarIor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL,'  >���*.   W.    FKIT1T," Proprietor.  '/.'.���  ���This liotel".i8]now open to the public, aBsLJis v/efl furn-  iahed throughout. -None but the beat brands- o_J.wi._ie_,  liquors and cigara kept in stock.       ��- .       f     .  EWIS TPO^-ON,.  Notary Pdeuc, Accoun-  ta>,t_*,   CoitmssioN   and  ���'iKSunAirci. Agent.  McifEY to Loan.  WESLKY CL..KE. Prop.  Movie, B.jC.  Moyie.  B, O.  W. P. G.HHD5  f.AKl-:.BXEii( .*_0__I_.��TOK, ETC  James Kerrigaa & Co.  ���\  _ i  JrJ _,���*��*������*  CBANUBOOK.TB. C.  B. C.  ', C. P. HIGGDSfS. -  Piiysician and Surg-eon  ",-.-" .*"���."       ��  Ol-TICE���JFAhitKU. BLOCK.  I >*    '  MOYJE, '       British Columbia.  Wholesale Grocers  AND  General Agents,  Homo  and   Foreign   Bonded'  Ware-  '       -    houaoo.  lon_r about three i ever won in Trenton.  After the money had .been counted  and stov/e'd away in Rawson's inside  pocket, he erpres-.ed remorse over his  indifference , to his wedding appointment, But'he didn't ha?*, long to;  raourr./" The girl he wag to marry had  a rniiid of her own j. and P'hcn' alio re-,  ceived Rawson/s telegram she got herself fecdy'and, boarding a nor'th-bouud  train, came to Trenton.' where she ar-  riveb about "p 6'elcok in ti;c evening-  Rav/eon was deligblted to "see her, and  tl.ev v/ent to a preacher's and were  married.        ' , .  Aesse.-iieut w,">*5i Contract'; Taltoti.  Parties'wiahihgHo havo  assessment  work done on claims in tho .vicinity of  Moyie, will do well to consult or write  the   undersigned .for   term...     V/ork  left in ray care'will  be'promptly  at-i  ended- to;   and   satisfaction   will   be"  guranteed. S. A. SCOTT.  Apply to  FOR SALE AND RENT!  OR  MADE TO ORDER;  M. L. H0LLISTER, Moyie.  JEWELER,  MOYIE,  B. C.  I.ots for, Sale. ��� Money to J_ouu  Lots fo? .ale i/i all   parte   uf   town  Money to loan.    Agent forKarn'aud  Williarr.c pianos.'   Have other spec  bargains'.   Before investing"see  Eor 17.     L D. J. ifll.m  THE  LAKE   SHORE  Barber Shofi.  y > �����*��� ^ t       i  -"  Opposite   Cosmopoilten  Hotel  ,<r  W. 1^. FOISY Prop.  'Whiskey, Wines,, Beer,  Cigars, Produce, Fruit,  Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc;.     Etc.  COI.HESPOSTD13NCE  INVITED.  Just received a fine Assortment of Meriden Britannia  ...   -,    t  1 silverware.  High grade movements in  ----. ' cold/ gold  filled  or silver  L cases.  W.F, TATE/  '  i  Official Watch Repairer for   C. P.-B  Cbanbeook, B. C,  FIBS?   CLASS    ACCOMMODATIONS,  MOYIE, u  <l&tt&&&&9*&*&&9*&**^  t , - ��� -  1 'JOHNSTON  B&ok ' ' j  I This Hotelis -New &*-& well^Eurnished. The I  i Tables are Supplied with the Best the i  | ��� Market affords. TlielBar' is Filled with {  ��>       the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.!  | AGENTS', FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEER. * .,  1 HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL f  % ��� AND MNIING MEN   "' J  $   MOIVlt: .'-,--- - -��� /- ^KITISH COLUMliU  I  -O-  lothing,    Gents;    Furnishings,  goks. Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.  COME AND SEE US  Victoria Ave.,  Movie, B. 0  WM, MILLS, Proprietor;  ir<  _..     ��� >'  at! EAST KOOTEN&Y BOnUNG CO.  CRANBROOK, S. C.  TOLD OUT OF COURT.   .. ^  A��_*��.*a��'aa ��*.�� 3_.e._fe��.�� Ccaooami-tc,  V Po-weJrZu. Texw) _T_i_l_fe.  Texas ie c big: elate and haa a }a?g&  popnlaVJon,' including- tna'ny  wkn ' pi  gTeat prominence, says Leells's Wee}dy.'  But there is no man in. tliat whole jsoy-  erei^Tity  with more refulgent   glory  -than. Judge Roy Bean, of Langtry, Who  declares that he is the "law west of the  Peoc-Sv"   And h�� is,   Wee.t p�� the Pecoe  (river, in Texas, there are i_o limitatione  io Judge Bean's jurisdiction, and he  does _vqt, BJihaa been lun-icd, let mere  statutes, "aa in aucji ca��e nafldeeid pro-  videdi" i&fi-aenoed'_-irr_ to any gTeat extent; m -hia deslr-6 to xrtake the   purt-  isment fit tlve prime.   Tiiere in aa arieo^  doto told of him whexe he sat ae eoro-  ner and h-eld &n inquest on the body oi  g _n&A yt-ho had paet ^ Tioleat death by  failing from the great railway bridge ;  that spans the Eeeoe rlye?. An ezai-nln-  atica ��howod that the- man had a ro-  volvejp cuad $*t0 In cash In hie pockets  when he was killed.  After swearing in  a jury Gnd looking over the pffecte oi  tho desui man, Judge Beim aaid;   tfGeo-  tlernen. o�� th. jury, th*.re ain't no doubt  bow .Ma roan came to hie death; that's  all plain; but what I would like to know  ia why in the name of .hundcr ho carried that gun.     Now, gentlemen,   it's  agin the law to carry a conecaled raw-  loa/ded (fixn in the state of Texas, and  jist because this g-entletnan took it into  ni-j head to get killod I (ionH mf onto let  him of.e_id the pe&ce and dignity   of  Texas.   I fine him $40."   Thio Is an example of Judge Bean'o   efficient   administration.    Some da.' hie. decisions  will be published and then    we   will  .have, for the ureMtdme a clear   unde?��  etonding of tho law of the frontier.  Areated Waters'! of all  Kinds.  Orders SjpSioifeij.   ���  Soda Wafer mlcL Syphens.  , AT .G. H. MINER'S  IE STOB!  ���yt.  -*-*<-  NELSON,  B. 0  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Ropaired and Made to Order,  R, A. SMITH,      Moyie.  NEXT DOOR TO BLACKSMITH SHOP.  You  will find a full atook ol  General     Hardware  __KD GEHEJ2AL SUPI-LIEE.  Just received  a parload of   -  \  ^^ r^"  **^  A Oairgolioited.  *���<������. -i *-  TINSHOP ��K COWJJBCTIOM'.  Moyie, B. O."  THE  POST   OFFICE  DRUG AND STATIONER* STORE.  Patent  medicines, toilet  article., office stationery  and school  supplies. . . .  Lenwnp Ltbi.a.hy : II you want a book  ask for it and it will he  procured for  you without delay.  JT PAYS TO DEAL WITH  HOPE & BEATTXE,  Ohomlsts and Drugglota,  moyib, P. C  Miners   beadquartorB.     Good   accommodations forrtravoler..  liquore and cigar3 kept in stock.  Best  wine:  Lake Shore Addition  MOYIE, B. ft  nu_i__  ". ��� i-JAl  EOR EURNITURE   AND   GOMPLETE HQUgS  furnishings,   Stoves,   Hardware,  ai9tliin^, and G.roperies,  lDa.ll on  >'C3IE^?.^'Wrfe  Agent for  the  Hamilton  Powder Company,  and  Sherrin TyUliams- pamU  Jll-,lli,r,---"_*M-*!!i  i_^v_a_<iBaj��rr.r>��i,*��?-*_^^^w"  IU  i  MOYIE B. a  Are Now Open and Ready:F��r  Business With a Pull Line of  Staple and Fancy  FOR THE CHOICEST,BRANDS OF  C51-fi^i.^-  as-  CLL AT THIi  .^'wrvp^ V -�� '-KM- VF*. ^y^^ri^-*^^ y^^-'W  I  gar  .)���.'.!. MoINTOSrli Piioi*.  Queen!,s Avenue.  MOYIE, B. C.  The only 'house in East Kootnay  heated.throughout with.hotairl  First class,in every respect. Special  rates to hoarders. Good sample; room  for commercial men.        ' ,  European plan,. Open day and nighl  JC. H.SMAtli Prop.  CRANBROOK, - -B.C.  v**^.  You aro Invited to Inspect Stock  EOR FINE  ADDRESS  NELSON.  ���fr  . L^ ^^^!it^^^^^^^^^  . _ ��?s<i4f*s ;\���* -A I.��-  y��i  M0YIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   B.    C.  IMPREGNABLE.  ,,,_,. u.-n.k b��._i*..o_._ ouii  'U;"'     |.a..Kh "' AI.U..C.   .  ���--t in the country tbe other  f* ''"'Yliic ���alkniive' mini', "and, hav-  /'" ii< eVv to ��lo,'I at tended,a ball  I1" ,. v-i-- a u-dnot game, if not Kci-  h' :L\\-^-iU-MKHt win "-J.---' The  _"";��� .r h..\iover, that 1 was interest-  V1 ilic uir.i.iif. "I"' "ever uttered  I1" i inn ii ' ilu.-���wfaolc tfamc.    A strike  h"; ,SS ��* ��w��e *? r,��Lt !l.n!(1  ^ ''    ,., ��� held >u>.    ^ ���->'������ lie wish-  l!,""1 ^ ball, he held up his left  *," (.;-,K.,'l. were other "signals as well,  !,(- vll's ���0t necessary for him to open  f,vi ,t ���i.tcTPsleil me more than any-  i". ,. u'l-i the way that the players  r".,l'*:.,,|_ took his decisions. Thc  �� "',:.,' i linal one, and tho bitter fecl-  f'V't ii-ul existed during the whole  X " ,������] ,'o����' to n point'where there  | ",.ii"<-r of blood being shod. Vet  [ V in-ipii-e made a rank decision,  rj. Vn- IM'etty often, nGt a man, said  i    Kvcn ,tlu* rooters seemed awc-d  ��ifl'"Vtlii- umpire made a partieular-  * .."oi., i-ion a-ainst the't-luh That ,I  l,\,u.''(,| '-'it for a' -winner, and I  [',,.������ u-sist yeUin�� 'Rbtteii!' ' ".  r-'Tnn'i uo "������'<��� yellm nt that feller,'  [, ,'puiiv  who was siltins near me.  .'���.'....airiuid .Iiiinb/ ;,...'..  j., ,.;��� _.,,. The rivalry, tliat had ex-  \? [..nvi-ii the club, had been so  L' ,1,;,! n��� one else could be found to  i'i,-.- -.'ame and stand ..the abuse.  ,,,.,.-' r' W well 'o adopt'- the' idea  L ' ii'v -u !.*a��:t until the fans learn to  -v,ill., their  finirers.    . ,- \    ,  A  POISON  TO-FISH.  ���,..  v-idow has to piVe" an order to  .,,,,, |���j,i, who comes alonsr snlidlin^'  '-, <���������., ui.irj-in;.  ph<>to;.ra'>l:s or ihe  .>������- ��ill tulle about her.���Atchison  &  v r.t-r r.r!i'*ted. whether-it b*.  indi ���  '.,   .iTi-l --i!e.-s.�� nightmare,   rli.u-  ..,  ,,;   . .MUM*, 'try   half' rations   a  i'-.'h .-ioii .N'ew��i.  A  I.lV'.-lo'd  Ml ml.  [.] lind a uiiiul tu ko lo the seashore."  ''���*������������; <*li:i!ij_i'il yotis*, miiulV' ���  '"Yi-.    i have now half j; mind to go  ll,i> !,i'n:i'.ta'.*iK and  half a  mind to  a-ii-fUie." -Detroit Journal.  lluri..   Krijln-,-.  J-vri.,^-Thc.v s,".y,.a h.n-e has every  i.r... t!:.-'t It human twin;: has.    Do  Iv.'. <!','���. e it V  ,'       .    J(     ,    ���.-,    .     ...  Jai.-I l.!-e!\v It.    1 liouplit one from  Iff, .���������... , ������;lv _-rtt.r.i.-  Jl/,*..Me.-lo Coon, Syracuse,K.Y., writes:  f.rjrt',ir. 1 could: not, cut "many kinds of  Ik!��;ih.)ut producing a burnirij?. excruci-  BBg/iiin in my stomach'.   I took'IJarme-  ['.- 1MI.-1 uceordin}--   to directions  -under  ..-;��� i.-ia or Indigestion.'   Ono- Ikjx enUre-  ��� curui  me. ' I can, now   eat anything I  luorf, without diatresainR mo in tho least.  ft..** pillf- do not cau_o pain.or griping, and  ioulii be iiied when a catimrtic ib jequ-red.  llart.ern   In   Intlln.  |In, India,  the Sand of iron caste, the  -rbcrs rank a why down alofifr with the  llaoksiniths and  the  washerwomen.,    A  i-vlH-r's son must be a'barber alibis life,  _d Iii. wife must be a barber's dnu.-.hter.  Like  /be   Chinese   barber,   t,bc   Hindoo  Mvini; man 'travels about "in search of  -stGinors, and the barberinn is done in  L. Mii'i-t.    Hut there are no stooh., both'  'Act nnd custoiiJe.'sciuattiiij." on'lholr  while the operation  is  performed.  i- Hindoo barbQr is'a.manicure tuul a  t:rr-P'idist as well, and his pay i.s wretch-  p? small.  liaibers in India' working as servants  mb .well native family or for a Enro-  Ma receive from $1.23 to $2"a month.  |"bey often net as surgeons, and they  tike n speciality of picrcinn the cars of  |ouiis Rii-ls for earrings, while barbers'  fives are almost always hairdressers.  ICItcltcn   Coiivcnlcncci.  While some old fashioned housekeep*  ���i clir.-. to the' kitchen paraphernalia  ��� itlicv.liich they have become fazniliar  tbroncli years o�� use, the youngcrgener-  tiwi . l.idly welcomes every practical in-  'cntion that tends to lessen thc labor of  'io lions.-.,orker or*'iulds to"lite comfort  ���convenience of the''family, and these  laTcuiinns are many.  ' C!;is stoves and gas ranges havo made  ���ne sumnuT days iu the kitchen less  iroadoil by the occupauts than thc old  asliiuiu'd coal stoves, and the modern  coking iit.nsils have proved an added  'omfou to the house mistress aud maid.  1'Iil" iivlieslus griddle,'with a sheet iron  ��P and twisted wire handles, is among  ^ later conveniences, nnd then there  *te nsl'P. t .,��� plates that a re-so handy for  jMsti." hi-.iid over a small gas stove.  ���'crf.:at. ,1 pio plates, which guarantee  ^0 mM being well done'and brown,  N cake rings, with movable bottoms.  -*-'?t-i this list. The combination dip-  ri'PU'scnts a'variety of conveniences  '"one, as it consists of "a dipper, a funnel  "W n rn.iise and line stiainer, ail of sim  i* toiiMiuction and durable.  Q   B  ls. Uric Acid in the blood;  Unhealthy kidneys are tho  cause of the acid being:  there. If the kidneys acted  as they should they'would'  strain the Uric Acid cut  , of Ui<_ system and rheumatism wouldn't occur. Rhcu-  "���atisni is a Kidney Disuse. Dodd's Kidney Pills  nave made a great part of  their reputation curing-  Wicumatisn.. So get.at  "ic c-.i-.__ 0f tilose fearful  shooting pains and stiff,  achmg jomts. There .is  out one sure way���  9  I'lire Salt Will liclnK Deutli to Creatures of the' Seu.  That a marine creature can be poi  soiled with salt water seems a manifest absurdity, yet we are assured on  the streng-tl) of very recent experiments that ]iurc salt acts as a violent  poison lo ti.sli and that it is only (lie*  other constituents of their native clement that prevent its bo acting in sea  water. Says the Revue (Jenerale des  Sciences in an account of'the experiment*, just mentioned:  ."The iiiiiiini<.rabIo.animals,.that live  In llm sea are in permanent contact  with strong salt water containing not  exclusively, but chiefly, chloride of sodium. Many of them die in a few minutes when thoy are put into fresh water! Man adds to, his food large proportions of this same salt and is incommoded If deprived of lt. Sea salt  thus seenis-l.o be of use to many living  organisms and Indispensable to sojmc.  M, .1 act]ties Loeb announces very Inter-  oMing experiments tliat prove that this  chloride of sodium, when purified and  freed from the other salts that accompany it in the sea, Is a .violent poison  for sea creatures. Perhaps it might  also be poisonous to man If he did not  take Into bis system with his food and  drink a certain quantity of potash and  lime salts, which are Its antidotes.  "Loeb takes small marine fish newly  caught of the gdnus fundulus and  puts them Into a -solution of'-puru sodium chloride containing the same proportion of this salt sea water. At the  end of 12 hours all the fish are dead.  If this salt solution he diluted with'diS'  tilled water, the fish live longer,��� the  length of time being in ratio "to the extent of the dilution. They live indefinitely If'theyarp put into sea water  even if 5 per cent of pure chloride of  sodium be "added to it. The chloride of  sodium must.-tlien, act as a poison, but  sea water must,contain antidotes to it.  /'Here are interesting facts whose  tbc-oretlcnl importance Is considerable.  Tbey show us very strikingly the part  played by the mineral composition of  the surrounding medium In vital phenomena. They reveal the unexpected  fact that pure sodium chlorides isn poison; as are the chlorides of potassium  and calcium, while the' mixture of  these three' bodies -in tbe proper proportions is, on the,contrary, favorable  to the preservation and development'of  certain living creatures.. '   -   ;     -  vi.oeb believes that the,metallic Ions  of these salts form combinations .with  the proteid substances of tbe protoplasm; that these combinations are  quite easily dissociable, so that in the  presence of a pure salt, such as sodium  chloride, the sodium ion takes the place  In the- protoplasm of tbe potassium,  calcium and magnesium ions, giving  compounds' that are*not capable of sustaining tbe life of the organism. These  of course are but hypotheses. M. Loeb  promises to establish their correctness  by a series of experiments. l His study  of the toxicity of sodium chloride is tbe  first of this promised Series."  m  fl>  6.  Ok  (ii  to  fd  fi.  .ft  I  ft  AS  ���^^$55^3?S"*5'a-5^_;5*5t!5i53>Si=_>9=_!S*a,  Altai I Ctapii  ,     BANKERS  AND  BROKERS. . . .  362 MAIN ST:, WINNIPEG.  _.  ���.  a>  a.  /��>  /ft  SLOW STARVATION.  THE CONDITION OF THOSE AP-  rLICTED V/ TH INDIGESTION.  ^  Stocks and bonds bought, sold and  >j\ carried   on   margin.    Listed  /ft ��� niiniiif.* stocks carried  %^^^"$.^i_iSSa��S93��.*_����-$S$S.**S��i5i*��  t  /ft  :HE  HATED  RULES.  Flatuency," Sick JJt-adnclie, Off.-ii.lvo  -ir_ut!_ and K u.'ntions, Irritability,  and a Feeling- of Welffl't on the Stoiu-  : <:!>   ar* Airio-ig ihe  Sjinptoms.  AN IMPUDENT FRAUD  Bat Found Thorn Very Handy on One  OccunIoii.  One' of the duties of the conductors  and guards on the .Northwestern sub-,  urban lines is to stick their heads Into  the cars as the,,trains reach the Chicago station and shout:  '"Wells street ib.pot! Do not forget  your umbrellas!"      '  Sometimes they say ''umbrellas and  parcels," but they never substitute  "don't" for "do not." The. rule .seems  to be strict on that point.  Yesterday morning, when it was raining hard and the passengers were all  soaked more or less, one of the conductor's assistants entered a car on a  train from Winnctka as it,was liearing  the Chicago station and called out:  "Wells street! Do not forget ,your  parcels and umbrellas!"  ' "Well." replied a,tall, thin man who  had evidently tramped through a mile  or two of mud, "why don't you tell u*  not to forget our legs'/ It isn't very  likely that anybody would forget an  umbrella this inoniing.' Rome p-.-ople  seem to take It for granted." be''went'  on. addressing the passengers sitting  near bim. "that the world is populated  by nobody but fools. Now. what excuse would any man have.to offer for  leaving his umbrella behind on a morning like this? And even if be did so 1  guess he'd come back for it pretty soon  after.be stepped outside. But that's  the trouble where people get to depending on set rules and shaping their daily  conduct in accordance with them.  They soon forget how to use any judgment. They got out of the knack of  letting their actions be governed by circumstances. Wherever you lay down  strict rules for people tbey soon get to  be-mere autom"���  The train hud stopped, and the. passengers began crowding .toward the  platforms. The man who was opposed  to rules and regulations had almost  reached tbe street when a young woman, touched hiiu on the arm and said:.  "Excuse me!' Is this yours? I was  sitting behind you and saw it ins the  seat after you bad gone out."  She held a small package towaid  ���him. and lie grabbed it as if it bad been  a life preserver and be a drowning  man in midocr-an. ���'   <  -Great heavens! Yes!" he answered  "1 forgot that. There's a set oi' spoons  In this tliat" my wife wants me to have  marked with her initials and a piece of  silk I must match today, or there'll be  trouble when I get home. You've saved my life."  "I make it a rule to do such things  whenever I can" r>*^ lady said n<. slie  hurried on. - '    ���-  '      _.  ARMORED COFFINS.  muck and  Buchanan.  A .document of some interest was  entered for record at.the Franklin (Pa.)  county courthouse a few days ago. It  Is a deed conveying to Judge Jeremiah  S. Black 240 acres of land near Mercer-  burg by President James Buchanan.  The conveyance was made- in June,  lNitt. after" Mr. Buchanan had retired  fromcoltice, together with Judge Black,  who was'in Buchanan's cabinet, first as  attorney general and then as secretary  of state."'  The price paid for the land by Judge  Black was $15,G2*J. A story connected  with this transfer of realty, says tlie  Chambersburg (Pa.) yttlley Spirit  showed the confidence that Judge  Black bad in Mr. Buchanan. Tbe president wanted to sell tho laud to the  judge, who said be would take it with-  out'sceing It President Buchanan insisted, however, that he go to Franklin  countv nnd see the property. Judge  Bl-ick'went to Chambersburg and staid  a few days with friends, after which  he returned to his home at York and  made the purchase without having  seen the land.  Will  Vneclnn-e  I.obnterH.  An enterprising pisciculturist has Invented a lymph with which be pro-  po-sea to vaccinate young lobsters to  protect thorn against a growth whleli  Is fatal to young crustaceans. Ihe  vaccinated lobster will have a pecubar  scar at the base of Its tall to dis in-  guish bim from bis unvaccmated  brethren.���London Leader.  A Clilnoxc I'rovcrb;  The Chinese have a proverb which  snvs- "Never carry your troubles Into a  c urtoTlnw for adjustment.: Sufler  anvthing, rather than, make an appeal  to a tribunal-for satisfacHon..  \nd vet there are people m this cot  try   who  think   thc  Chinese  need   instruction fro-"  Dyspepsia,  or  indigestion,    as  it  is  also frequently  called,   is    one of the  most,  serious   ailments   'bat     afflicts  mankind.      When the "' -stomach loses  its   craving  for   food ,-and   the   power  to digest it,  the person so atlliC'.ed is  both mentally    and'physically, in.    a  condition       of    ' wretchedness.-    The  symptoms Lof the disorder are manifold, and among them i--ay  be noted  a feeling of weight in the region   of  the stomach, sick headache,    ofumsive  ���breath,      heartburn,    a    disagreeable  taste   in. the   mouth",   irritability  of  temper, disturbed sleep, etc. The condition is"'in fact one of'.-low starvation of  the blood,  nerves  and  body,  and oh the first, symptoms'treatment  through  the    use of    Dr���     Williams'  Pink  Pilla   should   be  sought.        Mr.  William     BirL,'   a'well   known  bJsck-  Bmith' at     Pisquid,   P.   E.  I.,   is- one  who suffered for years - ^ind    r-.latos  his experience for the  benefit'of .similar sufferers.   --Mr."   Bin says:-"For  many, years I was a victim  of indigestion, accompanied by nervo'isness,  palpitation   of  tho heart     and  oLher  distressing .symptoms.   My     appetite  was    irregular,   and  what  I  uie felt  like a weight  in  my stomach;     this  was accompanied by a fooling of stupor  or sleepiness,     and  .vet  1 rarely  enjoyed  a sound  night's'sleep   When  I would  retire    a creeping sensation  would     come,.over me,     with     pains  and  fluttering around' the heart, and  then when I arose in the, morning, I  would feel as  tired and  fatigu.'.d    as'  I  did before  I  went  to  bed,   "It     is  needless  to  say that I  was  continually     taking  medicine     nnd   tried;  I  think, almost everything recommended as.a cure'for the trouble.-    Occasionally  I got  temporary  relief,   but  the  trouble  always  came  back,   usually     in     a still     more     aggravated  form.      All   this,   of  course,   cost....a  great deal of money,  and' as, the expenditure seemed  useless  1   was  very  much   discouraged. ��� One   day   one - of  my   neighbors,     who     had   used   Dr.  Williams'   Pink Pills with *__iuch .benefit,  advised me to  try   'hem,  and I  ���decided  to  do  so,  thinking  nevertheless     that  it  would   be  but -another,  hopeless    experiment.     To- my great  gratification, .' however,  1  had     only  been, using  the  pills     a  few     weeks  when   I ' felt    decidedly better,    and  things     began ��� to  look  brighter.     I  continued taking the pills for several  months, . with  the  result  that     my  health was  as  good "and  my digestion    better than  it had     ever been.  One of the most flattering results  of  the  treatment   was   my, increase     in  weight,   from  125  ' pounds    "to   155  pounds.   It is more than a year now  since' I discontinued  the pills and  in  that time I have not had, the .lightest   return   of   the   trouble.      -We   always    keep   the   pills   in   the     house  now, and my family have used them  for  other     ailments'    with   the  same  gratifying results."  ���   These pills may be had^ from     any  dealer  in  medicine,   or  will   - be  sent  .postpaid at 50 "cents a box,   or six  boxes  for  S2.50    by  addressing     the  Dr.    W lliams'    Medicine    Co.,  Erock-  ville,   Ont.  An impudent fraud was perpetrated upon a Manchester bank by' one  of its customers, who opened an account ��� with same few hundreds of  pounds. The man, after a few weeks  drew two checks, each with a pound  or so of his balance, and selecting a  busy day, pr.senteh himself at one  end" of the counter, with an accomplice, when he saw thgt his .friend's  check had been cashed, immediately  presented his own to a cashier at  the other end. Both cashiers referred the checks to the ledger clerk,  who, thinking the same cashier had  asked him twice, said "right" to  both checks.- The thieves were never  caught. ' ���  How's This? .  We offer Gin* Hmulit-d Dollars Upward for  any c-a-'C of  Catirrh that cannot b. cui .il by  Hall's Catarrh Cute.      , , .   '        .-  F J. CHENK-" & CO., Props , loledo, O.  We, the under-;/_n.fl, liavi? known F. 3.  Cheney for tlie last l j year--, and believe linn  Ii.rfoctly honorable in all business transac-iions,  a-iid tin neially.abli* n carry out any <-.blig.it.oii  ma., by their firm."  "Wkst & Ti.uax, W hole-iale Drv_���_���!������ t..TnU'do.O.  Waldi.vg,    Kinn-a.n   Ss   M-U.vi.n,   Wliok-sale  Drug-gist.", Toledo, U.  Halls Catarrh Cure istnkm iii.pr.iaHy, acting direc-tlv upon tho blood and muc-us surface? of the system. Price, 75cppr bottle, bold  by all druggists.   Testimonial ficc  Hall's Family Pills are tlie bo t.  Emery .is the fine particles of a  mineral (emery) arid is krepared by  heating to a high degree and cooling  suddenly with water and then crushing.       ' ��� .  Copy of a letter which appeared in  the CEYLON "OBSERVER."  "CORRESPONDENCE.'5  To the Editor of the "Ceylon Observer' '.  FUBE    CEYLON     GREEN  TEA OF  THE  "SAEADA"   MARK.  Colombo, Aug.  35,  1900.  Dear Sir,���  I have carefully examined and  tasted the small sample of Tea  marked "SAL-ADA" Pure' Uncolored  Ceylon Green Tea you sent me last  night and  find   it  is  as  stated.  The tea has exceptional leaf fragrance and draws a choice, flavory,  cowslip, water .somewhat resembling  best grade Japan.  As a specimen of what Green Tea  should be in the cup it wou'd be  almost  impossible to  improve on  it.  If Ceylon planters will ovly be  careful to ship .Greens up to -this  standard of excellence, the capture  of the American and Canadian markets is certain and' assured.  Yours  faithfully,  (Signed) .       F.  F. STREET.  Jlolloway's Cum Cure is a specific; for the  removal of corns and warts. We have never  lfeard,of it* failing to remove even the worst  kind.' '       i  . Cream of tartar is the refined  crust or sediment formed in' the interior of wine vats and wine, bottles, existing primarily in the juice  of the grape. ,    ,  Cholera and all suram *r Complaint, are so  quick in-their action tint the cold h :nd of  death is upon the'victim, before they are  aware that daug.r -is near. If attacked do  not delay in getting the proper meaicine.  Try a dose of Dr. "A. G. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial, and you will get immediate relief.  It acts with wonderful rapidity and never  fa.J. to eiiect a cure.  Madder is the ,root of a' herblike  growth. It is about the size of a  lead kencil' and- much longer.. It is  cleansed, dried and ground. It is a  dvestuff.  Tho son and daughter .of the lata  millionaire, ' Jos? Gowen of Newcastle, Eng., will continue to conduct  their- father's newspaper in that city  and Miss Cowen will have complete  business,, and editorial charge of the  Weekly Chronicle.  I'A   ((THCrANI. " RE1AANCE  CIGAR  LA "lUbwYPtA,      FACTORY,Montreal  Jt is said that Lord Salisbury,'  when in-Ike country, recently, arose  at 1:30 in the 'morning and read  "Monte Christo." He was surprised  at Sandringham by the Prince of  Wales, also an early riser,, who afterwards got up a -1 to r.ead" the  same book, beating the prime minister by half an'hour. '  HOTEL BlLM0RALlHontreaL 1pr-e-e^3-" m:  P. $:.50 up.    E. P. .1.00 ea.-  They  Chlnese  ���n how to be happy.  Were  Once   Vnod   In   a   Chureli-  j-nnl In  Scot land.  In the earlier half of the niueteentli  century tho practice of stealing bodies  from the churchyards for the purpose  of sale as subjects for dissection, which  was known as "body snatching." was  for a lime very rife.  Various plans were made to defeat  the nefarious aud sacrilegious proeeod-  irizs of the "body snatcliers." or "resur-  irectionists." us they were sometimes  called, a very common oue being the  erection of two or more small watch-  houses whose windows comma nded  the whole burying ground, and m  which the friends of the deceased  mounted guard for a .number of nights  after the funeral.  \ usual met hod-of the grave robbers,  was to dig. down to" the head  of  the  collln and boiv iu It a large'romul hole  bv' means  of  n .specially   constructed  center bit.   -It  was to counteract  tin.  ancuver that the two curious cothn-  relios now lying on either side of  the door of the ruined church of Aber-  foyle. In Perthshire, were constructed.  They are solid masses of cast iron of  enormous weight.  Wheu an Interment took place one of  these massive slabs was lowered by  suitable derricks, tackles and chains  on to the top ot tbe eoilin. the grave  was tilled in. and there it was lett for  some considerable time. Later on the  grave was opened ��"����� Il'e *''oa ���m,u)r  plate was removed and laid naiilo  n-'idy for another funeral.  These  contrivances  still   Ho  on   the  Ri-iss of  the lonely  little  churchyard,  objects of curiosity to the passing cy  clist aud tourist.   Vou  Often  See n   Ucnr  1"  One.  ..-bull" iii n china" shop has been ft  thn_. honored combination of ���words -for  ' long time.' but. a deer in a m. lmery  ".J,-,, is something fresh and piquant  "il,,,, really happened over in ;V\ atervillc  Tl.ursday.-Biingor  Commercial.  in."  like  POULTRY  POINTERS. ,. -" ,  Sprinkle the nests with diluted carbolic acid. It will keep-.down vermin.  Boiling the milk that is fed to  fowls will increase its value and lessen the risk of disease.    .  .  The pullet is so called for 12  months, or until the year in which  she was hatched is closed.. .  Thc symmetry of the stock -and the  size and color of the eggs can. be influenced largely by care "in-selection  of the eggs'for hatching, using only  those - which 'are large, dark and  from well formed hens/  Poultry .-is an important branch of  farm stock, and no farm is well  stocked without a good variety of it.  Have good fowls, If you chave any.  and keep a sufficient number of them  so that you can give them proper  attention.  There are three ways of improving  your fowls and the profit, from them  '���by introducing new blood," by better care and by better feeding. A  combination of all "is necessary if the  best  results  arc  obtained.-  Pale, sickly children should use Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator. Worms are  one of the principal causes of .uttering 'in  children and should be expelled from the  system. " " '  At the Methodist conference bein..  held at Viroqua, Wis., Bishop Malla-  lieu delivered an address. He said  he hoped they would avoid books  like "David Harem." a book full or  rum,  profanity,   and tobacco.     -  A DINNER PILL,���Many persons sutler  excruc.ut.ing agony after partaking ; of a  hearty diuner. The food partaken ot is like  a ball of ie<id upon thc stomach, and instead  of being a, healthy nutriment it becomes a  poison to th. system.," Dr. Parmelee's "Vegetable Tills arc wonderful correcti.-cs of  such troubles. They "correct acidity, open  secretions and convert the food partaken of  into healthy nutriment.- Thoy are just the  medicine to take it tioubled with indigestion  or dyspepsia.  TUT. "ECONOMIC" ACETYLENE GAS  BURNER has an air chamber which prevents tha flame retting on the gas opening.  Nojno-e'clofrging, no more worry. _��.ur53  equally well full on c.r turned down. Yields  morel ght from g?s used than any other  burner. Price $2.75 per dozen, or $2�� per  cross: samples 30 cents each. The Economic Acetylene Burner Co., 28 Wellington'-  St. W., Toronto, Ont.  ,   l  ,:  '-(!  <&  EVERYTHING ... |  <-*���FOR THE PRINTER |  ' <!*���  We keep a large Stock always on  hand of  TYPE  AND  ' ' APHORISMS.  There is great. ability in knowing  how, to conceal one's ability.- La  Rochefaucould.    '  To speak and- to offend with some  people     are     but- one  and   the  same  The people' who . have the finest  homes spend the least time .in  them. .....     .  .        %        .  Good advice is like life insurance.  If you take it when young, it becomes .very valuable in old age.  If a girl has 'attended a boarding  school one year of her life, she always refers to that school as the  place where she received her education. ���  ACHINERY.i!  .*  Wo can fit out Daily or Weekly  Papers or Job Outfits on a  few hour a notice.  We also supply READY-PRINTS,  STEREO-PLATES and  II  $  <_*  tj/-  I  Minard's Lmimeut Cares Biirus, Etc.  Illm First Putlent.  Poor I'O Flics ft Kick.  man w  contumely and contcm  ',,.��,,��� thev are allKvrong, yet there is  C0U,spt,,tJnfter  nil  of the  Idyllic  in  Who can live and enjoy lilc in-  of     statistics.  sound hiitS  people  dependent  Prof^o,     ;"h^h��ofglll���lnlwood  Cf,V(M,'W ... ,- fen feet In -Ik-IS*'*. h  lm>V    .������;;":    It was supposed that  ;i;;^;::i,,;;;;:l;-inct in the islands...  Hawaiian Star.  K^rtR  SI Id Mini* ��"<*������ Kese-ireh.  "I.'haven't been down to the office for,  throe days."  "X���- mv fimiilv are p-oing away and  I'vo iK-on'-iolhiii;,' them find the keys to  t in n ks.''���Ch2��u^jjecj*nMk___  /IlI-iNtr-ntliit*:  <�����������  Term'  "Pana. what is insincerity?"  ���'['i-one'-nty, my boy. may best be described as the compliment -tlmt one woman  -pays   to   another  woman's   taste  in  .i-pss."���Chicngo i'<,st*  How to Co ou a Trip.  "But. mamma, if-I  buy clothes first I  In.,v not have money left to buy a trunk.  .I you haven't any business sense  ut ail. Vou t-au borrow a trunk."--Cui-  .ago Record.  I was cured of   terrible   lumbago by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  REV. WM. BROWN".  I was cured of a bad  case of earaohe  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S. KAUBAOK.  I was cured  of   sonsitivo   lungs  by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S. MASTERS.  AND  CARD STOCK  #  '0UNDRY 0<  LIMITED  175 0��EN ST, WINNIPEG,  Patient (waiting impatiently at doctor'!  oflice)���When will the doctor bo here?  I've been waiting nearly half an hour.  Servant���What of that? The doctor  aas been waiting nearly four months for  i.  you;  Lester T. Garfield, a grandson of  Thomas Garfield, the only brother of  President.,Garfield, has enlisted in thc  regular army as a private and been  assigned to the seventh artillery now  stationed,at Fort Grobel. ;  The Bishop of London is an ardent  admirer of the classics.. He is credited with the remark that the happiest years of his life were- the.ten  during which he kept to a resolution  that, he would road no book written  later  than 1600.  INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM.-  Mr. S. Ackerman, commercial traveller,  Belleville, writes: "Some years ago J.  used Dr. Thomas' Eoleotrlo Oil for.ln_-  0ammato_7 rheumatism, and* t-hre# bot-  tlos effected a complete cure. I was the  whole of one summeif unable to move  without crutches, and every movement  caused exoruola-tlug pains. 1 am now out  ou the road and exposed to all kinds or  woathor. but have never been troubled  with rheumatism since. I, however,  keep a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Oil on hand,  and I always recommend it to others, as  ...did so muoh for me."  MINARD'S LINIMENT Cures MM.  The word compounds., which .is  frequently used in dispatches from  Chiiia, means an enclosure. In that  country and in Jakan it, is customary to' build high brick walls around  factories, business houses, banks and  residences for protection; and these  are known as  compounds.  MINARD'S LINIMENT Relieves Neuralgia.  ���   Clilns-'S lions B_.c-sre.  The longest bridge in the world is, it is  recorded, the Lion bridge..near Sangang,  in China. It extends 5V_. miles oyer an  area of the Yellow sea and is supported  by 300 huge1 stone arches. The roadway  is TO feel above the water and is inclosed  in an iron network. A marble lion, 21  ���'feet long, rests on the crown of each pillar. The bridge was built at the command of the Emperor .veins Long.  THE NATIONAL LIFE  ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA  Issues an Jdeiil   Follcy.  Write to NARES, ROBINSON &. BLACK  rtlirrs. Manitoba niul N. XV. T.,  Win ill _)��*��, Sl��u.  Or to 1'ETEB DICKSON, General Agent,  Winnipeg. M��n.  a. *^*9  Instruments. Drums, Uniforms, Ktc.  EVERY TOWN   CAN HAVE A BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted, fine c-vtalogu.  50 J i'luf-trfttlorts mailed free. V*. rite us for any  tliia-. in Music or Musli-al Instruiuonts.  '-.".       -r, o. ri-    Toronto,Ont.,and-  Whaley Royce & CO.,        Winnipeg, Man.  M-'MU.-i-.tured by THOS. LEE, Winnipeg.  MINARD'S. LINIMENT for Sale,Everywhere.  WESTfeRN CANADA  BUSINESS  COLLECrE  Market   Street., Opp. City Hall,  'Winnipeg, Man.  BEST SYSTI-MS.   THOROUGH COUBSKS  1 Write for catalogue.  '      W. A. SIPPRELL, B. A., Principal.  Catholic Prayer &Z&ZZ&Z  alars, Religious Pictures, Statuary, and Ctiurch  Ornaments, Educational .Works..Mail orders^re-  coivo prompt attention. _, & J. Mierfc Cfl.JOIlueai  W. N. U. a  ]'>IM:$$$y^yyi:  1 :-?,->>i,-cV-..1iJ-''';i',.::'':'.:-''.  .������'.-'! .;;*-s.s|M-v.;;.'.''.:.  . ���: :\-.'fi. ?**-_>:3li;*.&:.- ;������.,;-:.-- -ir;'-  ������;������: -v*:^;?tegv| yy,������'.:���';  ,.,-.., i-.'V;,ci^���'t_|!!|.g.-;-!.-y':;,-'!  ai.sacxatSiTa'^.'Tr.'rit**/.^  -SKETSSSSIlfflH-'SSrSKra  ���   -Hi1  -"-TV ^ ' ^���*.  r_5_C*___aS_fJiKH��{__S*ai_!^^  .alfckiadUJ^ragMiBMw^^  1-.JC��*fc��-J^-S2��^-^^*!1:^*5��*!?_^?_f  .'��***���  *'^W  ���^-^IMfel-i^.;'.;  'f^j.7,:;  M'n. O'J.-ill- on jrf.t.-.Mi-o-..'. ���  In matrinony   ubdicau   i.ov.Gj\  Out  always be clever eucujrh   to  let  your  ���'"���wife  think   tliat   the':-ej. ire is in vcur  ;r.inds.    She v.ill reject yoti more  .or \ tm- ^,;t. ,a*i *^r  i  ! r-iv.-. <..epihe of,the earth, '  I     A Hush of w'-gj rc��ff.tc.Annla_3.i.f'  Ob. ffcc arl;*. ���Jr'.o Mr or.morajii. ..Herein, l Wa.s ^^j. aj(d <gpfB7T, ,Wfl3Tl3 felf. ^  fHE    DREAM   jSONG.  S%"�� jM#$fc#e?' .-  v^:Mi^iM$M' .'���-������ -i;;;--."'<':'  ^y .;��� --stea. ,fe�� m ��� &: ���:: :���-���;-  ^F.'!;f.tesfe*^t,^sm*..  " .���.���;^-'3::^f'?f?ffeiSbi'<:ii-Tv-v?:':v":--  ^Siii&^myp'S:yy..r:  1   , . ,   't^'-V..-.-'���'  -."il, v- -, --',,'. '   :i.   '��� ��� -  /  :"-'���' ���EjM'feiS.iffB.-^-.ji^S'".'::'.  \:y7;yz"^$��\:fiS:\<yy::\  ���;;,-^��--|l__%f#^S."-''  ���..;.,'-i,.-i'Hp.MtH'-ft'-*^fe--(::'  ,      !    And mv niotV'r <yn>r>�� .���ii_.-i.r.  If you want to rule your wiie gently,, As cr>.,1(. ..])c. .r,ri �����������.-. .-. _,t^ as &ort  " ;'.>_ :he rain,  .he i-2-tn.  ?. f. f.Ho   ^rii>, *irip ol'*��� he rain: ...   ....    ... . ,,  _..._ .lip, th-wiK-'lemyhtlons, ��� '���'*���''�� tx* ting- rapidly and Lis breath  j coming .ii -.horr gnfips.  The-men at. the crank WOr_ccd -*rith ._  I  '_'.'.('  Wirt, .-ari*r_i)  I     I. bur.''.  '.'! ii-'V Qr'twsy ..;-._.3_i.  i In a lir.a.n 1 rest in-Uio old horr.a :100c.  The Vov.- ����<������. "n*1*-       .       ,    .  '���Onn't tonaejit yourseH about what  p^ple ca* eotog J> ��^k ^ "w vou  i//-i *'ha+ o-etioo. No matter what j ou  f*n_i ���jiu.1' u*.���.-"--������ v.;+iftK*\  jo.ne no_ae will crittcibo  do &r lco-vo ynJ  vou  .,=- ''���^IK^^'7^-^?7'.  i_��i^3^rr,jrr7'.'r��r':!  ^^.^^^i.  'hV.reetly, but rirtr.lys show   iter   'thnt 1  ,'uu have tbe iinal.itv..- which che   lu;r   '  __.   t-'C-  :r_Li, un_  :���  TIi-  |fe.--.--.-,v:.-l��'_?v'._*T��-J::--.*M(t, �����; ; .-:'-:  bfl:-;-V-��M!*i.SS>,M^*.i* :"'':,;r  IS;-:-.-;:::-.'; &m��imiHm\i *?x -r... .:-:���!  J';/,. .--:;->'�����(:..; !3i.t*.;f.';"4��i. : ������; :���  ��� ',���:'..-���.  .i-.f'.-.-i. t?:1'.  ?(-lU.**Vtfi (J. . ���-.')_; j j ��� -. _,'i;i.     ;  ly-;::-...;'.'j'l.;;4��ai!:..:&(>iA--! ..- <-:-  I .�����.''",���"���:, I'i J i":-'"f ^ i'l"--'- *. iff fe -.-���"'  |6:.*v':-';.MriS^:.-i-rf'_i|w''-Ki;'#". y.-:-..;  _!i.;i.;i-::.K:f.l'.ifc.J^ft-S-OiI:.���_"'IK H:$?: '"'>.  ..-;...    .'.-.I''   I  I'.,.    .1,,.�� ...i--���    -..V.j'l'1.  !>V^      :     '  ;    Tl.o -J.ip.d.-.p.-'j-lp o-  seldom   'possesses; ��� broad-n.iud- J oh, the dn... drip, ari_> ---rhorflin, the-rain.  ���itid   a '    'VhQ dr*i'- ,-ril>' ���*���*-"���-��� '>i *-*-*- '*"'v;n:  "   ' .Us it weave- tbe w,oo_ :���_ '.'ic ?-j."i_* mi tho  roof ���     -  With UkVwo-i-p of ��.-. r-.ji.nd atthe pane,  Aud  my'drc-f.in _'Up _.-*'-,j v'itfi tho I_;_pi*y  ffnlon     . !  Tl;_%t ripple the lu-ofiii. Miieraain,  V/hiie tho waves, _o_.-toc_-.--_, in my Jrc-sms  ��� ar. lost ,  Mid the dn_-,.><-r*n, dnp of tha rtin,  , Ti'io ,i--_-t��, ���  . '  The drip.arip. drip o_ the rain.  Oh, the drip, drip, drip af the ratn, t_*es*atr.,  Tiie drip, drip, drip of .he rain,-,  Like tlio drowsj' ci-oor. oi bec-_ tn June  Is ihe 3. n_r and tho soft refrain.  .  And I drift away through a golden bay  By the .horc-a of niy castled Spain,  While my bouI etows youru. In the drc*&rn-  ao:i_r u-jn-j  Mid the drip, drip, drip or the ruin,  The.,'rain;  ie.Lie.s, freedom from prejudice  lofty seuce of  toleration   and   forgive-  ."'.nc-sr*.  r If your dinner is badly cooked praise  7yourwife aud diirun tho , cook, or be  'content with remarking that at (he  "club the dinner i.s invariably well  looked.  ''.'For weeks aud perhaps monlhp yoa  Vivill have a good dinner:  7;'::A husband's olub is .the  fortress  it.  pi^hich he can rest a_.d,rally hia  forces  before engaging in a new battle.  ^JSTow that woman   have ' their  clubs  ''���'���<;���'. , . -��� ,'   _,,...,,n*;i.n     ,<j       The drip, drip, drip ot the. rain.  ,:too,   the   matninouial   c-ah.pa.gn    t. . _Kl5:oia ���w-iUeriB8n_._ __. A. w. BuUoiis. .  -:iought on equal terms.  '��� ::';:-If your ir.6ther*in-law pays you   too  frequent visits,  neglect your wife   for  jber, and the lady rill diaappci.r   like  ���.-'imagie.   ' �� ���  |�����;ilffivpt||i;f ^i^.s.-'^^.'&.i.t.t vour wifo'hayo her own  way   in  m^^^^^B^^^ory^ae'    Only  draxy   the line   at  ���^^|MlMK;^-;Siag   told   what   is   good   foi  ItfMtffe^&SMMi^s-m'.Thai's provoking. ���     _  ^SlMlili^^VW^bf this remain judge yiDurself.  DOWN m A COAL MINE,  BV  1\;  T,   MIW't'tMiS.  ;mbod to injoy. it and you   are   not ,r iu. |  ���gpfKiW^^^^^tibnal sort of way.  HSSfcl'plW^ is ?y  pie����   0f   lu?u-::y    thor"  I__��%^#.fe5.^|j;ri;*.iiv enjoyed by the'one who gives it.  W:r;S;_C lecturing husband 13'the   kiDg of  .... ,7^);|bbrea. 1 .'  :..-..,. ^;^I^eve|. moralize,  never   pose   for    a  itip^iMl|lpWi:S-:^^">-���"'":^o^el Qf virtue,    Tn .fact, never  make  IlllliJlfcfc^ oi yourself beiore your V!iie,"Jor  lit  Iwr.'iT;*;*-; 4 *k-^.i- '*'VjPl'K-M,_:  gSft|sij"(tf--.'-i. ���'���Li',:  m  y-% don't care wliat   you , think   or  say  'yyon aro.-your wifs is vory    mnch   bet-  jj...ss:..'!i.  !_���'';.-,���,���:'*���'  :*'"-...(  ,!r.-. -.���:_������  Hi  ;4er."'tlian you.  '^���������Ji nrisls what  wonien  loath  from  :i'-=I-i['fc-.R*i ������ '.v.:-ft V, nif-Siv.._3;_ ,'���'���".  '.-f/i-fcr :���' .'.'.���* K  ���_:_ wtiL.tte*,*.   :���     ���  ���l    ���    IS *f.l��s-11;rjfi*:c'���","..  '  pil|l;!:v::7  ll|||':|||l||j;|;;  iilfrb:'::-'|f|l|f;,;:  ^ti^'W^  psfe��ffi'7'4sl^5l2  |feteter;3|_Mfe��l'v  I:-V:r-> ,.i_������-, ��,*>;:���-. ;-?fc^*'#jiS fj^^M'.'-.Ji.'  ll��^^fc|wte- ���  " Sfe:lsfgi.ISy3j!'^  [._'d"' aCi'-Vig'h'teousrless  or   b-.H'ipine.s  in  pfflilfl::!:  _W^^^M4'feia!(::  A_HBBfL.*-_/4.  t;:vrA v-r:>-fif.i^ivf|h?-.��ii*---_.  \i;y -.. ��� kfe;��44_! p p fci" ���  S. .;.-..-5':i"..!-iif,-f:'. .!.J;'),!;:te3H; r  p'::*iV;&fr--'.;:^_K'.'fei-?��;#'..''  fe-i- *:v.r-.i.; -M.-a'. g. *:',;;�����:-  u%>.' '���-: :,'o-.iVrj'?.K-js��,,H.. �����������   ���  ifef'^-l-I^.^Sfeffi'i'l''''  f"*v..V"',':'. >^ K-'"r^JV'^^^i'"^''-'^.^ ''  ���.Vf-'.-V1!.'.'...-1^---!.-.''-'^.1.  y7^r  ifi.-;:fj'p^J.  my.Aiy -$..p!r...  E:''l  iv..iv*S-hlfj|!-,  v.,:-,-:''.'^-!.','ft!i!--  ...   ,!., ...,.^  II.  '���'\ y^x^yiy'ji.;;�� ���  ���-������ .i';.ry;;fcif^ i--*i'.-.-  -"���t:.-vt-i--Hf-a *������'-!  :; .- ���  yum::y  tJ^sJ-sJB  ��� 1    *...'_  1  -J1.? ��� !  "  . '. *���  i.fe ih&bottom of tbeir hearts.      '     .   j'  .,i;il;5 Always be   considerate, at  first,  es-  .K^ciaiiy. ' "The    happioess    of   your  K;::whble married life  may,  will,  depend  5^11 -the comideration you have  bestow-  ed upon your wife the fust day.  ��� ^Virtues ari'd  faults  should  go  each  -cl^ide of the  baiauce,  and  if,    on   any  -'; day of .reckbnin^,   the,   scales   should  ���v:;;dncliae the right w^y,'be  lenient  and  ��� ' forgive.  -.'.':.:'������;.--.Never lei any one ol you two take it  s;. .or granted that all   the, wrong-doing  7_orj_.es from 1 the /Alic:.^  [-.-.';.'^ : Self-coti'ceit  ���^y&tepitio dead enei  ��� ���'!���' ���; -niiitriniony.  - v v-La Itociiefoucauld said that some  :':--;:.7;r_i'arriages'are good, but that none  '"��� "���";''��� are delicioiia. . Af yours is good, re-  -7 joice, return thanks and'remember  ':-.'.���������'���'that vvith all its faults matrimony has  ���: ��� a-oreat 'redeeming   feature;, it's   re-  ;;.  ;gpectable. , ,.  - '������" .       . Robbed tSie <fravo.  '���'���','".;. A startling incident,  is   narrated^by  '   ' .John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows:  ; ���'-'I.'.was  in   an awful   condition.    My  ���'���.'.���.skin was almost yellow,  eyes sunken,  - tongue   coated,   paiu   continually   in  :   i back and   side-, no   appetite, growing  ;.'  weaker day by day.    Three physicians  ���'had given me up.      Then   I   was  advised  to  use- T.'K-clrio Bitters; to  my  great joy, the !ir<_t bottle made a decided   improvement.    J   continued   their  u.e for three weeks, aud   am   now   a  HVell man.     I   know   thoy robbed   the  ;.    grave  of  ano'iior   victim."      No  one  should   fail  tw try   them.    Only 30c,  guaranteed, a! Hope �� Beattie'a  drug  , store.   Jto-mlt or Advcrtisingi  "Yes she is one of thc best wives in  ' tlie world, and lie got her by advertising." '        1  "It doesn't seem to me I could ever  bear -.0 think of marrying a man who  .   would advertise for a wife,"'  "I didn't say he advertised' for a  wife. But he was sutTh a liberal and  judicious advertiser of his business  that she wits'satisfied he would make  a, good-Husband���and  she took  him."  Jbha'Barton (i-nd, ICimm Adams lived  in the uruall vill.ag-e of King-at-m.   7-b.by  were, inseparab.e .ri&ndii, br.vin^ b*;ei>  sehoblmaTjea' tbgether for eo-7i_o yea-r-i,  ynd when,, a few uioiitJis   lwfo.ro   my  st-orj' bpops,- thay    were    both    mode  orphitna on t!i�� same day by a terrible  accident 'iu  the nunes, each found a  family 7l"epe]_dincroa him for support^.  '   Neither  shirked  this biu.c_e__ of ro-  ^spo-asibUij>y.   ifanfully nid well, dur-  iog 'the long cummer   znoratho,    tkey  >vorked side,.by aide iii the gloomy ea-v-  brc-j of ,tlie earfeb,  Oue brigh. doy in tbd latter part of  April,   an.   incident   occurred   which  neitJier'of the two friends will��e likely  to forget, though they live- to be cente-  .narifljis. .-       ' ,-'.  '' A new shafts eomo fO feet in dept-h.,  had been sunk during the pj-cc-.-ding  suinmor, aad a great .rnany miners���  John Bartoii and Hirsm Adams amei-g  .he number���svere still employ-c<l in  niaiking excavations, -  Blasting by pot^dea* is by no mesai*^ unusual in miiies; or, insfcct( in any'work <  requiriDg't-he sp&edjr removaJ of GV3a.es  of earth ar.t\ rock, '   ���  'On this, particular occasion a blast of -  more1 than  ordinary  proportions had .  been, prepared, bn.ly a fer/ yards ,_xoa_  the bottom of 'the. shaft,'  ���Tp the barrels of powder was at-,,  .ached a fuse, by mesjae" of which it  ���would be fired/when tho proper time  arrived. " o "    ,    .  ' ���The miners in, the groups wejre dratvn  up to the sunlight above', tuniil only a  few remained in the dusky, ha_i-i]iu'-  miried rccesaes undergro\md.  John Ba.Tton had been, the first to volunteer, and, therefore, was 'appointed  ,aa the person "who_.u duty it would "be  to ignite the slow match.  ' -'"Let mo take your piaca," ITir&rn  pleaded. "Think of your motuftr and  sister, if any accident chould happen,  Jobn, you know it is daup*rerous."  "Yes; and I think that a very good  reason why I should uo. let you tak&my  place.-'  will, wl;-*-;: ih':v ..i.e.-)"*'! fi dull, xnufncd,  soujidt, tii3 r?T*n Blw_);c.-ned, a.nd ���  "Oh, hcivcn-sT  Aiuue Barfor. started forward, hex  fnee.bla.v.ehed tmd ft look of horror g'laj.-.  ing bivr wide-ojK-iiOj'eA.  llinmi -Adams d^sg-go.red fls Uioufiii'  fjliot.    Then ania.n .-iprko:  "The buck*, hf.i. c.-ip.'5izca���-stitvekthe  partition. Th�� tx/y-ims fallexi. but!'.'  Woitueu faiiiUd, Kt-jrong1 men grow-j  we-ak and shuddci'ed, as tJicy thought'  of the .explosion ti&i, \vii.s nov/ 'vi-  pect^d every ragmen t '  Tho FAiszxnae. was terrible. A bcy4  uerhaps shanglea ctid lielpl&BB, was lying at,the botkmi of the shaft, and t__o  fuse v/as buriur.g slov.d.v toward the  inaas of powd.e_r. '  ��� "Courage, Ahidc! I'll ���.aye* him!" ���  It was Hiram Ac-aiiL'. w/vo .poke. In  a second he. had regalkied hid preseaieo  of mind, and now, l-unning- lila turn,  thro-ug*.. th-o- lwi-p of a Ian torn, he leaped  over th& 1a>s %**.bicJi tryitoutided', tlie.  opening of the xhs it, crying to -ha tor-  ror*��*jU"lckeii xiii rtors>* -.  ' :'llold tight tlll'l n"^.rh the .bufckct^  then low*r ino like li��rr_tuJri_r to the  bottom!"  , Ho '^r'as^d the rope, .wfrwyl hu- lifjf .s  arouiid it,.then alid down^vard. Tlie  rough rojw cut hia luaids, but he did  not feel the pe.in.  IVfWn, clowii, lllie a flash ho descended through* the d*axk.ie4i3-rdown. to Iiib  halplftsa friend and to tho match which  was alowjy but surely burning its\vay  _toward the x>o%vder.      ' '     ...  .Thank heavoii! , He iiaa reAohed tiie  bucket! Another iaatcjit ho has  reached the- bottom of'the ohaft. Ts.he  too h-iie? It is. time for th��. explosion���  hushI ' .  'A e-Did 'pcrsptTa.iOTJ broke out. oii  every brow*. There was an awful ,sT-  leoace down bo-low axid pilocce up abov��x.  Annie 'Barton, triad to pray.  . Tho fl-gony of^suspeiiee was tcnrible.  itten. could hear p^bh other's lie-irts'beat  iu the awfiul sTiilneaa. VVould1 the end  iL-ever come ? '.   1 "     '  Hotv was it fvith Hirs?__. Adxaos? ��  '  As-he re.iehc��i -the button., orm glance  told him all.' His frk-cid y*--ai sTunned  and senseloaE?.  He leap-ed frocoi the. bucket, and, the  light, of the lt!J_tern ..liowcd him the  place -.vheK.- th*. ius*~v had been laid.  Tlie^giimaiering: little line of tire  ws5 within he. inck'oi ih*. train of powder!      ' ��� "* .        '  Aa-ot-her second an'd ximrB would be .  flash,.an eki^Iosrian, loader tlian^ihunder,  and then tho walls round^alxmi. would  b-cri-h.fi. 1 tored intoa thouiiai-d fra^menu.  One littlc-5 iiie.ii of the f usee stood l��  tweei) two human ixviugy and-a. irigh.tr  hit dcatb. ��  ,.>'���-  V/iilx a cry the boy sprang forward.  He pressed his smarting hands vipomh.  last pnrtiole- of the burning- mat-c'b, anri  belay there for a moment with clenched  'teeth'and suspended breath1,' Then he,  aa-ose. c . ,  n-uzza! The fust-e v.-as estioguiehed,  anud ho and hi? friendwcrosafe.  He Jifted thei'mfensibie form- of John  Ilarton int^>*thcbuckei,;ir.dgavc tbe�����>*_���-  nal to be drawn up.  YVbat a thrill of joy rs:n through every  heart when tho\-'-i��-U'hL'r.*-.iu TheiuniU"_bt  "Then let me stay with you," Hiranj-i Mv.- that welcome -sic-n. How the ni-ca  urged, an" expression, of anxiety on his j worked e-t tho crwiki Hw long the  countenance,'as he thought of hid j Leconds sec-med, whde Uie bueket-o n-n-  fri&nd's peri!. '        , I eendod up, up, up!   until a ehoc-T'.'iich a*?  "A very sensible Idea!'' John s_> j men never before ut^rc-d' bur&t fro.-i  claimed, laughingly. ' "If you stay with j the assembled miners,' when they ww.  me, the danger will be. increased, Ije- j rising out of the earth, the .Xng-ure of  cause the bucket will go;up more slow- ' Etram Ada.ru. pnppo^tiiig his iii.eh&ibie  ly with two tha 11-with one.   Now, no ! friend. '  more arguments. You know how oh- , "He is not dead���only st/uuned,''' were  atinate. I am, and��� -Hello! That's j the young hero's first wordn, when gen-  the signal! Good-by, old fellow! I'-H j Ue hands relieved him of hisburde.nond  be with you up above ii/-a .ew mo* j men crowded anx>imd mm with loud cori-  ments." ���    ��� : g-natulatioes and women kissed hirn in  "Bemcmberi John; "be careful," were j the fexuberanco of their iov. ;    ������  Hiram's last words, as he ond the.few j ,T.ut when Hi-rain saw the glad light  remaining miners ascended in the j lrAp into 'Amuo Barton's eyes, and the  bucket, leaving Johii Barton far below,^ j warm, red flush suffuse her ohecks^-  vou merely, aco the x-ry bwt rule for .  o,aifort h3 nnv: v���m ton* inadc upyoBT  ��&*^J^<��~*����-  1  ���A  i-*.niy s'*1  t'er'iu ,��ic least  tr^it _?roa TK&(>  $ m  Oio MrfuccWtdoM not mat-  vvlint thoy tldn-lc������>-����� ���  MflYIP  .fiyj li  ,) OSlirU Ni._bEJ.'.XAl31', Jf'roii.  Lager'bet :*JOld  by tho  TTeg or | c-o-'en  ;iOttlee.  Bottled Beb.  in Stock. . .  a'o beat tlie quality and price  of our liquors.   Agents Giant,  Powder Co., Bennett Fuse, Calgary and Schlitz Brewing Co.  W1UTE -UH-'FOB rRfCE3.  ��    '''    "  Steele Mercantile' Company,  ft  ."3'  ���'- st v.  ./v.tHHU* Oniero t-fircn fcstnot Attention.  GO   TO   THE  t  Fur your bulili.    Tbe 'largest stock in  Eaot Kootenay,  1  a '    ��BEIX>'&c6v' "'  1 ii j * 1,  , t1 r ^   'j  ChasbhooKj B. C.  S/J..WHITCOMB    ���     '  Houee painter, g_;-ine.,  glazier and paperliftuger.  . ' ' AH work on perfect sbr-'  ' face gurnnteed. , Prices according to quality ' and.  .-tock required  Moyie, b; 0.        .  PATKONIZB  ...''' -  WHITE LABOR  ,By 5-.!;;tnw Tour '.Voik To tho  "UNION-tACNDKV'.  Btt.t   Kooteuay'a  'JACOB P. FINK,. Mgr. ,     3  big.tnail   order   bonne.,   ' CJlA'NBRO��U., B.(.:' JJ ���  COmXT MOYIE'-   ,  No. dOO 51  SfCCle WU thO'lb tit Ali'i  Jd'r-i Thursday of catii  moii^i; ViBiting hretH-  reu iaviU'd to ttUsud.  fr  LEWIS THOMSON., >*. �����  F.'J. SMYTH, C.E.  MBBM��____��_KA_B,K��WMk��MMHiMMHM  W1LDJ5Y 'LODGE IntO. il  Meets every "Monday evening in their  hall' on ��� Victoria;' EtreeL Sojourning  Odd Fellow,.cordially invited.  n. a. siirTii, s-uT,     ,  A. T. KEVNr.lJV, T'lEAsl.  r.'i. Mflonn, v.- **���  v. i. tji vth, r. s  i.iiiw HMwiwimun nun uti T'  Wholesale  and  .Retail Butchers.  SHOPS    AT  .Moyie     '    t   j Fort Steeit  = Cranbrook 'Fernie Wmm;  PIIILIP CONRAD, Pkop.' '  000:1 won.--:. i'hccjvs -:k/w-;o_.'a_'_ r.  USKM t jut^js J ��wi -n-nui^iw  every instant, growing more indi.stinct,  until only .he lig-'at in his hat could be  .distinguished glimmering faintly in the  darkness. '   . .   .  Soon- even that (Ji.*vap_v6ared, and Iii- j  ram Adams, looking, very anxious axwl  wben ho marked, the silent look of  speechless gratitude &he gave him���he  felt m.ore thars. rewarded for his act of  heroism ir rescuing'a friend from death.  Thc'seque-1 to my story is aeimpleone.  Besides a broken arm and a few ugly  discontented,   found  himself    iu    the j bruiser., John Uarton sustained no scri-  glaring snn-sliiiie, cjkI atepi��d out o_ )' oais injuries, and in a few days he wfio  the backet on. terra hrma.  H'e was bewildorod by the suddon  transition from giootn to lights Then  his ftyeii rested on tho pale, ��f^iiiiu.*d  fa<v�� of pretty Aiinio liartoii, who hiwi  brought lwr brothe.r'a midday lunch, aft  usual.  He went over to her and f-poke reassuringly, nnd tried to convince hwr  that there wni* no cau-?c for ulanm.  '���They havo lowered the bucket," he  said, presently. "Watoli. aru! you iv ill  see the rope jerk twice, the sigr-'d from  John that, it ia ready to be drawn, up."  The girl endeavored to bo calm, but  she trembled violently.  An indefimie .-ear, a strange feeling of apprehension, weighed on 31i-  ram's heart..  The      group      of     swarthy-vi'>aged  once more himself.  Tk>t.b he and his friend received lucrn-  tive elerlcKi-.ips ii-.. the oiTice of the com-  jxiuy, and a few yuarti lator, ^rcity A^i-  uio Eartoa became -the v.-ife of Tfii-ain  Adams, the preserver of her brother'.-^  life. *        " .   - -  And so it hoppe.n��lth��t.iH*i'lhorof t!vi  two ih"iem3_i hnd r��"-aron. t-o rcgrsM. the  fearful jicril t.h<*_" en<*ountere<i v/.he"n,  on one memorable April day, they, wore  brought, iace t<> fu-ce with doaUi down  in a coal mine.���Golden _>ay_t, ���.  ��%* ^*ww*a����ttia^^^x_^,��ia'ia_c*��it.'1,y��?^��� wnuaw^^irB **e*&maLTBim*wz*KKsct  A C3        'p  JUJLi  v^EAS.  3?.  GAMPBEI  Funeral Director  and  . Embalmer.  ������ 1  Graduate or Cii..:npi'in   College of   the  United .Slates. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. O-Jieo txud  store, Aiken-.', block, near Canadian,  Bank of Commerce, Telegraph and  moil orders promptly attended to.  B. C  Moyie   Miners'   Union  ''     _C?0"C3- -7X.  yieuU iu.v.icGregor liuU every Tuesday  evf-taing. ���    .Sojourixirig    nieiiibor.     tire  con.iir.Hy invited to nt loud, ( '���J'  Ii'. H. Dimock;      \    7��;T. SrJYTH,-   [  .'  <   . .        . [  Pretidout.      ., becrolury. i  H{.y youebJ.v ^  iWQ&^a^lcm&amasmacsiimm ���wp^Wf  Moyie Board of Trade.  _.loc-t_ in  the .Movie school  bouse on the;iret-\Vcdcc_ilay ���  cveniirg of ench Jnoti'iJ  ui   ,  % b'l'lock chart..  J. P. Farke-..., Pr^-p.  A. P. :.rACi,c::.vi.u A. T, CL-vuk.  Vicc-Pr... _        'Sec'..  >m<0r WW*VflH��  Cranbrook,  Mioununt-hiiHuu.  CANADIAN PAC  and S06 Line.  IC  F._'>iOI".'  ..  IMPERIAL fill  >59  EABT���DAILY  TKA1N-  V/ith   direct  connecting  mul from the  -WEST.  service  to  COUNTRY  An   Oil.   Hecortl.  Some of the antiquities of this country which find tbeir way into the nvii-  Keunis arc rivaled in iuyy by a Ining-  creature a>t <-ho Zoo.   Jt. is an a 115galeu-  t<.'rraj>in., or Sfifi.sis.iippi siuip]��-r, vvh</.-.e  miners, who were chatting with wives ]...() poainds. of-.substa-nco have' been ��.c-  jgsjatS^fefE^^^fflfljm^^^^  E__i_?S_!!_y_s,*%  HB'1-1'-      ���  -    t^  N'ot'ce <>r l>iao3utiun of Partnership-  ������Xoiice is.hti'ubj* tfiven that the jiarthership  liei-eii/foiq! cx-i.sling bol.wecn the undersigned  ���is hoi-.-} lyiiuTjers tluder Uid name, style  and linn of Mticl-Ten/.iu & Pullmaa at Moyie, B, C.  lius ljC'L'ii this -to.y (13solved l'i' mutual  cousont.  All debts owiuu lo the -.said- partnership' are to  he paid hy N' .A. J-lncKenzLc (it Moyie," B. C, niu'I  all claims iigkinst tin: sni,.l iiartuersbip arcto he  prcsciitcil'tci tlie sn'nl N. A. McKonzic, by ivhonl.  tlie .same will be settled.     .  Dated at_Moyie, B, C, this, 1st dav of October.  A.D.WOO.-     ,  K. A. MaeKeiix.ie,  8-26 Fred Tollman.  and sweethearts aixmnd the opening of  the shaft, su'dderely grew .silent. ' ,'  It was a moment of suspense, for tlie  boy in the gloomy cayerns, 7.0 feet "under  ground, was then engag-ed in .lighting  the slow match. -.     '     ���  The men who were \a turn the crank  cumnlatedin a lifetime of five centuries  or more.1 At least, that is'wibo-t tlie sei-'  en-tieta-calculate, and they ��iy that  there hi no' rwison to doubt that it.was  paddling around as a.little turtle in the.  Mississippi' when I>e Soio first gnz-cd  iHK>ii.-the. river.    Thai giant ;'terrapin  grasped   the  handles  firmly, .and  no j nieasurei. about five iect'.firbiri-snout to.  one spoke.  "Ah!"  It. was with a t;igh of r'eliof that Annie Barton, Hiram."Ada-rite, arid every  person in the crowd saw the rope jerked  twice. ' ��� y  'J'he niatoh had been-applied,- John.  would be with them in a few iiKmicuts,  and all -would hear 'theI muffled, rum-  tip of tail, a.n/1, dill ring it*- reaideiice at  the Zoo it has grown' not a particle. ��� lit'  is too lazy to -move about-ini-ch.'and .l;o  jiaturo  l-.a.s   endowed  it   with'.  faei'litic-s ffjr eatchin.fj fond.  h'ui.i.*-T.v il Ti'.-y in '!:;���> waler -.  Ti.'.-.i-!l! ������'���:-'.���:>:> 0;:-:.. !���:���:> '[':��� \ ; >���  red  v,:���-.-��� :���: !-v;;,.. i- ������������:���'::  l'"---  special  V,"h'-,-;'  EAST       KUOTKNAY  Firbt ol.iBS .ilcepci ti on all  train?. Touru'L car., pass Medicine Hat daiiy fur St,. Paul,  Saturday's for "Montreal and  B<>ston, Jlontmys and Thurs- ���  day. for Toronto.  DAILY    TRAIN.  "A"I.s-.'l i'-t'l'X. j_/Vf>TJ101JNO  lS:211vc MO YIP..       . .lvo.MJ  Conoocid at Macleod for Calgary  and Edmonton and at Medicine' Hat  for iiUpoints east., ���"���:  - -Connects at Kootenay Landing for  allpoiuts in ,'West Kootenay. Sloea.u  and Boundary district.*-, and for "Paci-  .fic������ coast and. main lino poini-sI'via,  Ilevelstoke.'        -  A|>]i1y for Rato:;,'Mji j.s,Time Oiii-.'l.s-'TiL-kOt.s aiid  ���' Full   Iiifrii-iiiiition to ..'(-'nre-l Loi,::il  A!'*-'!)!, in-      ��� ������-,'-.  L.M.. MrjisTiehJ. At)c;it,'Moyie:"  W. !���"  ANiJRIiSOK,-  T,V.  A.  --'ijlu-a  Iv J. COY LI-:,  .A.. 0. ]'. .-v., VuiiOovf"  JOHNBEYDSN,  . vMERCHAJST   TA1L0H.  Styli.ii  Young   Men's, 'Wear.  -Made Soil.. -  ,Jteaif_.��;i���r��  i  J..Jf murphy"  '      ,-TnKi:, MOVir., ii'  A.    B. "RiCHAItfJSON.  '"   IL'iuliog ."lid Pr;.y:i:..;  Wood lor S;!.1.'.'.  Moyie,  Tailor  South Victoria Stueet.  Moyie, E,.G,  JOHN    I5AKUKK,    1>.    TJ-   ���*������-   T-"   "'   *  -   '  J1531JK-T116T.  Office- aud Bcsiilcnoo.' CBAXllHOf'* I  a.jaFna��ayKZji3ifeTaa#jai i i'ii.v l.m  a   re s s Vi i S (< . s ts  i Q i 11 i 1 & f  1    ���      If you cannot bring your  wishing, send   it   to   thc  MOYIE LAUNDRY'  ,PJ? ICES REASONABLE,  TrMmmmpamuiK tnra**  MC**1_aMCM_J*U*4M��f��t>mii  Photography----��B8_3r  Oliii.-jlina:-!    ia   coming.     (.�����.���{.  your pictures   taken   to   hcihI  "Ii.oiiic.    PREST,, tlu; photo-  grnpher, will visit  Moyie   on"  each    Saturday.     Flashlight  vp.iotu.re.  tiikrm at   tlie   Moyie j  or  at   your   room   or   house..]  Leave 'your  orders   at   once.  Nu time' to debry.   ��� '   ���     !  Frest'& Co;,'  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything,  in the Printing  Line at, the  Cr.uibiook,      Moyie,  |'botOt.rapher.s,'  v Im)M 9<M-.!(.''.  C,_>  <L s a 8 9 lu m  r m * -I ��   fi la  %*'TlMs*U


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